Feng Shui (Fēngshuǐ 风水)

Stephen L. FIELD

The yin-yang and bagua symbols. In the practice of feng shui, a bagua compass can be used to locate the eight trigrams, or energy fields, of a space.

Feng shui is the Chinese art of site orientation, which is based on the belief that the house (the dwelling of the living) or the tomb (the dwelling of the dead) can be situated physically to take advantage of the flow of….

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